Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Brett Kimberlin isn’t very good at foreseeing the consequences of his actions. The TKPOTD for two years ago today looked back at an early post discussing the possible consequences to Kimberlin from false criminal complains against Aaron Walker and me. Here’s part of the post from two years ago.

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During the time that Kimberlin was suing me, Maryland was the last state with a law prohibiting convicted perjurers for giving testimony in court. He found out about his disability when my lawyer prevent him from testifying in the Hoge v. Kimberlin peace order hearing. He was never able to offer testimony in any of the state LOLsuits he filed against me.

However, the state senator representing Kimberlin’s district offered legislation repealing the ban on testimony from perjurers which passed in time to allow Kimberlin to be subjected to cross examination in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. and Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuits.

Kimberlin’s felony convictions are so old now that they can’t be used to impeach his reliability as a witness in a Maryland proceeding—except for one—his conviction for perjury. A court and jury can be told of a prior perjury conviction regardless of how long ago it occurred.

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Kimberlin’s lack of foresight compounded his problem with old convictions. In 2018, he filed a series of motions to set aside his Speedway Bombing convictions. The District Court denied his motions, and the 7h Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the denials. Kimberlin foolishly filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the Supreme Court which was also denied early this year.

While his dope smuggling convict is still off the table, I can imagine the following question being asked:

Have you ever filed a petition with the Supreme Court, and if so, what was the nature of the case?

He’s still the Speedway Bomber, and he made that fact newsworthy this year.

1 thought on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. ACME Law, Article 2, Section D, Rule 1:

    “Only plan your path to the next corner, then look around and try to figure out where you are.”

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